Henrik Fisker put up a tweet providing a teaser of his automaker’s upcoming, electrical supercar going via its first aerodynamic and downforce testing. He later deleted the tweet, however a member of the Motor1.com staff took a screenshot earlier than the message went away.
Fisker mentioned the car is “in a segment that does not exist today, period.” He additionally indicated the testing “came out amazing.”
The picture seems to be from computational fluid dynamics (CFD) testing. The cloud-like texture reveals how air is flowing off the physique. Unfortunately, these items additionally conceals rather a lot, so we are able to solely clearly see small elements of the car’s exterior.
The general aesthetic vaguely reminds us of a muscle automotive. The entrance portion of the physique’s facet seems to be clean, however the rear fenders stand proud of the physique. The rear deck is flat, and a purple strip of brake lights is seen alongside the highest edge. Another stripe like that is on the decrease portion of the trunk lid.
The clean, black roof is not as angular as the remainder of the design. This makes us wonder if the highest is likely to be detachable or fold out of the best way.
There does not appear to be something about this car that may make it distinctive within the EV phase, although. Fisker most likely nonetheless has some secrets and techniques to maintain about this supercar.
Fisker is at present getting near bringing the Ocean crossover to manufacturing, and it is teasing the Alaska pickup. This car seems to be a grand tourer, which might give the model one thing completely different than the extra utilitarian choices.
Henrik Fisker is nicely acquainted with creating GTs. He was the design director at Aston Martin within the early 2000s and helped form the DB9 and V8 Vantage from that interval.
A launch date for this car is a whole thriller. We do not even know Fisker’s title for it. We’ll maintain a watch out to see if Henrik drops any extra hints.